The Feast of All Saints (2001)

The Feast of All Saints





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Based on a story by Anne Rice, this made-for-cable miniseries explores the little-known phenomenon of the "Gens de Couleur Libres," or "Free People of Color," who lived in Louisiana at a time when slavery still held a stranglehold on much of the South. In 1822, it was not at all uncommon for attractive women of color to be retained as a "placage," a sort of "kept woman" who served the wishes of wealthy landowners, and after Philippe Ferronnaire (Peter Gallagher) enters into a loveless arranged … More

Rating: R
Genre: Drama, Television
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On DVD: Oct 7, 2003

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as Philippe Ferronaire

as Cecile Ste. Marie

as Marie Ste. Marie

as Marcel Ste. Marie

as Dolly Rose

as Jean-Jacques

as Elsie Claviere

as Aglae Dazincourt

as Suzette Lermontant

as Rudolphe Lermontant

as Juliet Mercier

as Older Marcel

as Richard Lermontant

as Lola Dede

as Anna Bella Monroe

as Daguerreotypist Pica...

as Grandpere Lermontant

as Robert Beauchamp

as Notary Jacquemine
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This was one of my favorite Mini-series ever.A look into New Orleans Upper Class & the tradition of "Placage" fascinated me.This was very well made & acted, I've been trying to remember the name of this for so long, & I finally found it here.I would like to see it again, & own it.Like "Roots" it is a little known History tat we all should educate ourselves better about, it is our history.


Cool movie adapted from Anne Rice's novel with the same title. It was a bit graphic in some scenes, but I enjoyed the storyline.

Eye of the Storm

This movie captures your attention and keeps you engrossed so intently, you will not realize that the movie is about 3 hours or more long! There are many black stars in here when they were younger and it tells a story of truth from the olden days that is still happening now! Educational. A must see movie!

Charlene Rhodes-Verner

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